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Matt Hartle Live at Coast Line Brewery on 2005-06-14


Topics funk, blues, jazz, rock


Set 1: Jean Piere, Maggie's Farm, Groundswell, Emptying Into While, Stenella Attenuata, Music Never Stopped, Water Of Love, If I Was In A Hurry I Would Have Left Sooner, More More More.
Set 2: Big River, Allah Mode, Down To The Waterline, Footprints, Rubin & Cherise, Cissy Strut


Collection MattHartle
Band/Artist Matt Hartle
Date June 14, 2005
Venue Coast Line Brewery
Location Capitola, CA

Source 7 Channel Multitrack DSBD > Presonis DigiMax > Motu 828 > Cubase 2.3 >
Lineage CD Architect > MKWact
Taped by Kerry Barbato
Transferred by Kerry Barbato


Notes

Matt Hartle & Friends were:
Matt Hartle - guitar and vocals
Ron Lee - bass
Dave Faulkner - keyboards
Cassius Ellis - drums


For more information and photos of this show check out http://www.MattHartle.net/

Setlist from Setlist.com

Reviews

Reviewer: kuhliwanna - - October 7, 2011
Subject: New Fan...

Where hasve these guys been? Or...where have I been!!
Stenella Attenuata....WOW...smokin'
Reviewer: Kerry - - October 6, 2011
Subject: First show for this new lineup
This was the first show for the new drummer to play with this band.

This is probably the best show Matt Hartle has ever done in my opinion. The download count says it all.
Reviewer: Steppenwolf50 - - June 15, 2011
Subject: rockin' jazz
Another jewel i found on the archive. The band rocks with a good dose of jazz.
Reviewer: bubbajon - - March 5, 2009
Subject: GARCIA/KIMOCK move on over SMOKE THIS SHIT DUDE
the guy who says this guy has no soul and should shut up from singing must have no musical soul himself. matt plays from the heart and dances on the tones all throughout this show.I want them to play again and head em out to maui for a hawaii explosive party with matt hartle and friends. keeps your interest from beginning to end
Reviewer: Mountain Naturals - - November 16, 2007
Subject: pretty good but a bit tepid
by tepid I mean not a total hot rager....just a warm glow. this man can play but has no unique tone like Kimock or Garcia. He souns thin. does not grab my cojones, just tickels them abit. Tone is what its all about. It differentiates you from a true master to someone who has mad technique but no soul. The singer need to chut up.....
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